Cruising

Sailing around the Door Peninsula

Around the Door

Sailors circumnavigate Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula By Janelle Peotter After months of planning, anticipation and a little trepidation, Eric Perlman and I set out on our …

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North to Alaska

North to Alaska

[x_blockquote type=”left”]Using USPS know-how, a couple takes the cruise of a lifetime[/x_blockquote] By Mike Kondrat My wife Chris and I had dreamed about cruising north …

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In Transit through the Panama Canal

Panama Canal Transit

Transiting the Panama Canal details the story of one sailor and her husband who fulfill a long-awaited dream of transiting one of the greatest engineering feats of the 20th century, the Panama Canal. The elaborate two-day process required hiring line handlers and pilots and securing the necessary permits.

Boaters explore dog-friendly marinas

Boaters explore dog-friendly marinas

By Larry MacDonald & Fern Magnus-Brown We don’t recommend sailing solo through the Broughtons. The numerous tidal currents, half-submerged logs, kelp beds and isolated rocks …

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Two boaters cruise West Virginia

Two boaters cruise West Virginia

By Linda Mangelsdorf While looking at a map of Corps-maintained waterways in an Army Corps of Engineers office, Fred Mangelsdorf discovered a short black line …

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Life's a Reach--a one way charter to Grenada

One-way charter to Grenada

By Steven Brickley My wife, Shari, and I met at the Sarasota Christmas boat parade and spent our courtship sailing up and down the coast …

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